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Though by whim, envy, or resentment led, They damn those authors whom they never read. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Candidate, l. 57 (1764).)

Little do such men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking of the brains, To range the thoughts, the matter to digest, To cull fit phrases, and reject the rest. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. Gotham, bk. 2, l. 11 (1764).)

Prudent dullness marked him for a mayor. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Rosciad, l. 596 (1761).)

Learned without sense, and venerably dull. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Rosciad, l. 592 (1761). Referring to Irish playwright and actor, Arthur Murphy.)

Half-starved spiders prey'd on half-starved flies. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Prophecy of Famine.)

Who often, but without success, have prayed For apt Alliteration's artful aid. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Prophecy of Famine, l. 85-6 (1763).)

And adepts in the speaking trade Keep a cough by them ready made. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Ghost, bk. 2, l. 545-6 (1763).)

Adepts in the speaking trade Keep a cough by them ready made. (Charles Churchill (1731-1764), British clergyman, poet. The Ghost, bk. 2.)

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